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How to Disable IPv6 on Ubuntu 24.04

IPv6 is the latest version of IP (Internet Protocol) to provide IP addressing and enhance the security of connected devices. However, specific applications or networks don’t support IPv6, making it hard for the user to connect the…

Dd Command Examples on Linux

The dd command, or data duplicator, is a robust and versatile utility famous for its disk manipulation features. While its primary purpose is to create disk images, it also lets you clone data, convert file formats, take backups, and…

Linux open Command

In this guide, we will demonstrate using the open command in Linux. Prerequisites To perform the steps demonstrated in this guide, you will need the following components: A properly configured Linux system. For testing, consider using a…

15 APT Command Examples on Linux

In this guide, we will demonstrate a number of ways of using the APT command on Linux. Prerequisites To perform the steps demonstrated in this guide, you will need the following components: A properly configured Linux distro that uses APT…

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How To Use Grep Command in Linux

As the name suggests, grep or global regular expression print lets you search for specific text patterns within a file’s contents. Its functionalities include pattern recognition, defining case sensitivity, searching multiple files,…
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How to Change File Permissions in Linux

Linux works well as a multiuser operating system. Many users can access a single OS simultaneously without interpreting each other. However, if others can access your directories or files, the risk may increase.  Hence, from a security perspective, securing the data from others is essential. Linux has features to control access from permissions and ownership. The ownership of files, folders, or directories is categorized into three parts, which are: User (u): This is the default owner, also called the file’s creator. Group…

How To Use Traceroute Command in Linux

Operating systems use packets for transferring the data on a network. These are small chunks of information that carry data and travel among devices. Moreover, when any network problem arises, packets aid in identifying the root cause of the underlying problem. How? By tracing the route of those packets. The traceroute command in Linux helps you map the path packets take while traveling to a specific destination. This further helps you troubleshoot network latency, packet loss, network hops, DNS resolution issues, slow…

How To Use htop Command in Linux

The htop is a CLI utility to check an interactive list of running processes in real-time. It is a more feature-rich and user-friendly alternative to the top command. The htop command allows you to manage system processes, monitor resources, and perform other administration tasks. One of the most prominent features of htop is that it shows color-coded processes, which helps you differentiate them based on resource usage. Furthermore, it lets you customize the results with its sort and filter options. So, this short tutorial…

How To Delete a File in Linux

All UNIX-based operating systems, including Linux, follow the structure that “everything is a file.” These systems treat all the regular files, directories, processes, symbolic links, and devices like external hardware as files. You can create, modify, and delete files using the commands or from the File Manager. Deleting files is essential when you accidentally create multiple files that become unnecessary for the system. So, in this quick blog, we will explain quick ways to delete a file in Linux with no trouble. There…

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How To Set Logrotate on Linux

The Logrotate utility simplifies the process of administering log files. It relocates and replaces log files to manage their size and organize them while maintaining the information present inside them. For example, it will maintain seven…

How To Set up a Cron Job in Linux

Cron is a time-based job scheduler that lets you schedule tasks and run scripts periodically at a fixed time, date, or interval. Moreover, these tasks are called cron jobs. With cron jobs, you can efficiently perform repetitive tasks like…

How to List Processes in Linux

Processes are the running instances of programs that consume system resources. Listing these processes helps you monitor system activity, and  troubleshoot issues. That’s why there are multiple tools and utilities in Linux that you can use…

How To Find a File in Linux

Linux is a famous OS due to its features, like its robust file management system. It lets you perform various operations such as creating, editing, moving, and renaming those files. However, these features pose no advantage if you cannot…

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How To Use the Rsync Command in Linux

Synchronizing files and data among multiple servers is crucial for smooth functioning. Fortunately, many tools are available online for file synchronization, and Rsync is one of them. Rsync is one of the most popular and widely used utilities for remotely syncing data in Linux. Rsync features efficient file transfer, preservation of file…
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How To Set Environment Variables in Linux

Environment variables define the behavior of processes running on the system. These variables store information about the computing environment, and applications can access it to adapt their behavior accordingly. Hence, environment variable configurations impact your Linux system and its applications. Moreover, you can customize the computing…
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How to Clear Screen in Linux

Linux is full of commands that allow you to achieve every task with numerous commands. Having these text-based commands is handy; you can unleash the full potential of your Linux system. Moreover, the terminal is the most popular command line interface (CLI) for executing these commands. While working in the terminal, the screen gets cluttered…
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How To Create a File in Linux

In operating systems, files are the building blocks that contain data, configurations, and programs. They aid in system customization, data organization, scripting and programming, user collaboration, and more.  There are various types of files, including text, binary executable, media, system, and many more. Despite this variety, text files…
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How to Add a User to a Group in Linux

In Linux, you can create groups to organize users having similar privileges collectively in a single place. Groups allow users to share resources, directory access, permissions, etc. Moreover, if you perform any operation on a group, it applies to all of its members, reducing the time consumed to do it manually for everyone. However, as a…
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How To Install Anaconda on Linux

Anaconda is an open-source Python and R programming language distribution. It is powerful software for managing environments, packages, and other development tools like Jupyter Notebook and Spyder. Moreover, it comprises over 250 packages, making it easy to kickstart your development journey. Anaconda’s features include package management,…
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Install Google Chrome on Ubuntu, Debian and Linux Mint

Google Chrome Browser developed by Google Inc. is a freeware web browser licensed under Google Chrome Terms of Service. As per Wikipedia (as of February 2023) statistics and trends Google Chrome Browser has a 65.76% usage globally and we can say it’s not an ideal alternative browser but it’s the best and most widely used internet browser, which…
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While operating with the archived information in Linux, we would possibly face the mistake “gzip:stdin: not in gzip…

How to List GPG Keys in Linux

Listing out the GPG keys turns into very important when you need to view all GPG keys with their comparable data…

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A Beginners’ Guide to Linux

Are you a Linux amateur? Do you wish to have to be told in regards to the Linux kernel, Linux device libraries, gear utilized in Linux,… Then this newsletter is being written for you. This technical article takes you all the way down to the closing element of Linux. So, why wait? Let’s get into the arena of Linux. What is Linux? Linux is a kernel…
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How to Mount USB Drive on Linux

We are living within the fashionable age of generation the place there are a couple of essential variables to stay monitor of. But arguably, the most important variable lately is “data”. With some maturing and rising applied sciences, the whole lot is being targeted across the amount and high quality of knowledge. Thus, collecting and protective…
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What is a RAR document

RAR is a brief type of the Roshal Archive that you'll be able to use to arrange a couple of folders, paperwork, pictures, and different knowledge. However, what distinguishes a RAR document is that it takes particular device to get right of entry to its contents. It’s probably the most used strategies for compressing knowledge and helps each…
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How to Install VirtualBox on Fedora 35 – Holhol24

VirtualBox is a well known open-source virtualization tool that allows you to run a couple of visitor working techniques (digital machines) on a unmarried host system. It helps the visitor digital machines operating Windows, Linux, BSD, OS/2, Solaris, Haiku, and OSx86 working techniques. Here, we will be able to see how one can set up…
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30 Nmap Examples

This instructional presentations 30 Nmap utilization examples, associated with topics which have been defined in earlier articles revealed at Linux Hint. Examples come with from host discovery to vulnerability audit, community diagnostics…

Ubuntu 22.04 – Release Schedule & Features

Ubuntu 22.04 codename is Jammy Jellyfish. Which is the next LTS (Long Term Support) release of the Ubuntu versions. The development has been started for and the release date for Ubuntu 22.04 is set to April 21, 2022.Anyone can download the…

Top 5 Most Stable Linux Distros in 2021

Linux is one of the utmost famous and free open-source platforms. Linux has recently gained a lot of attention and is widely used due to its security, scalability, and flexibility. The distribution named Linux does all the hard work for you…

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Things To Do After Installing Linux Mint 20 “Ulyana”

If you’re a user that recently switched from Windows or macOS to Linux then Linux Mint Ulyana Desktop is the best option for you as it provides its users with new features and user-friendly GUI. If you’re already familiar with Linux and have used Ubuntu 20.04 in the past then this one is similar to it but with some extra and better features.Linux…
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